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Overlooked No More: Mabel Grammer, Whose Brown Baby Plan Found Homes for Hundreds

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– Grammers self-run adoption agency made it possible for unwanted mixed-race children in Germany to find homes after World War II. Skip to contentSkip to site indexObituariesLog InTodays PaperSupported byGrammers self-run adoption agency made it possible for unwanted mixed-race children in Germany to find homes after World War II.ImageMabel Grammer, who started the Brown Baby Plan to hel..Read more»

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